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Jun 9, 2012

Mizuno Mezamashii Project Part II

10 miles on the schedule today.  I ended up doing 12 miles.  One of the advantages of doing an out and back run - you have to do the miles.  I decided to go out six since I was feeling good.  One of the disadvantages of doing an out and back run - you have to do the miles.

Since my running buddy is still out of town, I planned on doing my run alone but at about mile 1, I met up with two gentleman that were running my pace so I stuck with them almost three miles.  Man - did those miles fly by!  Our conversation revolved around the usual - how long you running?  What races did you do?  What races you doing next? ect. ect.  I wish I had met up with them at mile seven.  They were already into their run for 7 miles and were only doing 10-12 miles.  It was a nice break in the run though.


So as you all know, I'm was honored to be selected into the Mizuno Mazamashii Project.  I ordered my shoes this past week and received them yesterday.  In addition, Mizuno has started a new website.  It's the Mezamashii Run Project(brilliantrunnews(dot)com)  Check it out.  It's a really cool website.  They have some really cool videos and pictures on the site.

Here's the shoes I chose:
The Mizuno Wave Rider 15
I can't wait to try them on my next run!

Have a great day and....Keep Running!!!!


  1. Sick colors for the wave riders (looks way better than the red ones)

  2. I got the red ones -- the Limited 15s -- and really love them, too, though I feel a little like Dorothy in ruby slippers, though they make me work harder because they're so conspicuous that everyone looks at them and I don't want to be the lazy, fat guy running a gorgeous pair of running kicks. I can't wait to read your review.